"Why this matters: As if RadioShack wasn’t obnoxious enough when you had to turn over a phone number just to buy a cable splitter. Now, the store’s trying to go back on its promise to keep that data to itself. It’s one more reason to treat these contact information requests with caution, since you can never be sure where the data will end up."RadioShack puts customer personal data up for sale in bankruptcy auction | PCWorld
Thursday, March 26, 2015
RadioShack puts customer personal data up for sale in bankruptcy auction | PCWorld
Pending some legal challenges, a data sale that "would affect 117 million people"